Garth Mackenzie kicks off the new year with R250 000 in fresh start-up capital.
The aim? To show trading as it really is, give the best advice on how to manage your own trading techniques, and of course to make as much money as we can for our year-end charity donation.
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie takes a detailed look at the JSE's Top 40, and gives his take on whether Aspen is now worth a buy, given its recent price slide.
Tonight on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie cashes in on a short sweet rally in Telkom, and explains why he's setting up another options structure to protect the portfolio, heading into the second quarter.
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie revisits last week's pairs trade, and takes a punt on the JSE's best-performing, and now correcting share, Telkom.
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie explains why gut feel is sometimes good; takes profits on both Coronation and Naspers, and fleshes out a new pair trade in Pioneer and Zeder.
With the market currently appearing a bit overstretched, Garth Mackenzie, founder of trading site Traders Corner makes calculated trading decisions and lets you on this week’s “stock to watch.”
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie outlines why he's gone long of Coronation, reviews the retailers, and eyes Shoprite as a potential trade.
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie looks at the S&P500 in greater detail, discusses why markets have lost their recent fizz, and eyes a couple of options in the retail sector. Make sure you tune in tonight at 8.30pm.
Traders Corner founder Garth Mackenzie banks a tidy profit on Sanlam, and talks us through the first put spread option this year, on the JSE's Top 40.
Make sure you tune into Traders Corner as founder Garth Mackenzie shows the relative performance of the JSE's major indices, and explains why he's taken a long position on Sanlam. That's Traders Corner, BDTV's real-time, real-money, warts-and-all trading show, at 8.30pm tonight.
It's a brand new start for Traders Corner: R250 000 in the kitty and a year ahead to make as much money as possible for charity. Founder Garth Mackenzie got a head start with a late-December short on the rand, and he'll share his trading goals for 2015. That's Traders Corner, at 8.30pm this evening.